2024 Interschool Maths Teams Challenge: Problem Solving Teams Event For Years 5-12 | 10am – 2pm, Wednesday 17 July @ Canterbury Events Centre (CEC)

What: 2024 Interschool Maths Teams Challenge – Problem Solving Teams Event For Years 5–12.

When: 10:00am – 2:00pm, Wednesday 17 July 2024.

Where: Canterbury Events Centre (CEC) – Canterbury College.
– Entry via High Road Gate, Waterford (Logan City West) with plenty of onsite parking.

Who: For Years 5-6 | Years 7-8 | Years 9-10 | Years 11-12 Student Teams From ANY South-East Queensland Schools.

Hosts: Mathematics and Commerce Faculty, Canterbury College.

Cost: $25 Per Team + Humanitix Booking Fee | Paid During Online Registration.

RSVPs: Please RSVP your team/s by 11:59pm Sunday 14 July 2024 in consultation with your relevant Class Teacher or Mathematics & Commerce Faculty Teacher.

You ONLY need to register the number of teams you have, and their team names, with their respective Year Level divisions.

You DO NOT have to register the name of every student in these teams.

Dress Code: ALL Students – School Uniform.

FULL ENTRY INFORMATION

All teams MUST be clearly sorted and titled with these Year Level divisions included in their Team Name when registering:

  • Years 5-6 (+ One Adult Team Supervisor Per Team)
  • Years 7-8 (+ One Adult Team Supervisor Per Team)
  • Years 9-10 (+ One Adult Team Supervisor Per Team)
  • Years 11-12 (+ One Adult Team Supervisor Per Team)

All teams MUST be composed of students from those Year Levels under these limits:

  • Maximum THREE students from the older year level.
  • Maximum TWO students from the younger year level.

Example: The Years 5-6 Canterbury Trigonometry Taipans.
– Year Levels division included in the Team Name.
– This could be a five-student strong Years 5-6 team, with up to three Year 6 students and up to two Year 5 students.

Each school can register ANY number of teams in each Year Level division.

*Schools are responsible for officially registering all their teams.*

So let’s get mathematically motivated!

Students: Please get in touch with your school’s relevant Teacher, Maths Coordinator, or Head of Mathematics Faculty.

Teachers: Please discuss with any interested students in your maths classes.

Then form your mighty ‘Maths Challenge’ teams and have your responsible Teacher or Team Supervisor register them online with us!

And we will see you on Wednesday 17 July…

Practice: There are 150 past papers with over 2,000 maths questions by clicking HERE.

These can be used to help students get a feel for the types of questions used, to develop teamwork and timing strategies, and for general problem-solving practice.

For more information please contact: Ms Lizzie Schluter, Assistant Head of Faculty – Mathematics and Commerce | Senior School Teacher, Canterbury College – T: 07 3299 0888 | E: